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“It has been case now for a while that women occupy many positions of authority in the Library”: Interview with Raffaella Vincenti Office Head at the Vatican Apostolic Library
“It has been case now for a while that women occupy many positions of authority in the Library”: Interview with Raffaella Vincenti Office Head at the Vatican Apostolic Library

“It has been case now for a while that women occupy many positions of authority in the Library”: Interview with Raffaella Vincenti Office Head at the Vatican Apostolic Library

Here at Archivoz, we had the honor of interviewing Raffaella Vincenti, who since 2016 has filled the post of Office Head at the Vatican Apostolic Library, a posting officially recognized by Pope Francis in June 2020. Raffaella’s has been a brilliant career, from a...

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“Diversity for resilience is what it all comes down to”: Interview with Crop Trust’s Hannes Dempewolf

“Diversity for resilience is what it all comes down to”: Interview with Crop Trust’s Hannes Dempewolf

Today, I am speaking with Hannes Dempewolf, Senior Scientist and Head of Global Initiatives at Crop Trust, about the Svalbard Global Seed Vault and the safeguarding of global crop diversity through the creation of a back-up archive of seeds from seed banks around...

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“Open access electronic resources play a part in today’s research ecosystem, and African repositories are part of this”: Interview with Stephanie Kitchen, of the International African Institute
“Open access electronic resources play a part in today’s research ecosystem, and African repositories are part of this”: Interview with Stephanie Kitchen, of the International African Institute

“Open access electronic resources play a part in today’s research ecosystem, and African repositories are part of this”: Interview with Stephanie Kitchen, of the International African Institute

Today we are speaking with Stephanie Kitchen, Managing Editor at the International African Institute in London, England, about their African Digital Research Repositories project, why digital institutional repositories are important, and how they can effect change...

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“The way that I wanted to contribute to social justice organizing was by doing memory work”:Interview with Maggie Schreiner, Manager of Archives and Special Collections at the Brooklyn Historical Society

“The way that I wanted to contribute to social justice organizing was by doing memory work”:Interview with Maggie Schreiner, Manager of Archives and Special Collections at the Brooklyn Historical Society

We had the pleasure of speaking with Maggie Schreiner, Manager of Archives and Special Collections at the Brooklyn Historical Society and volunteer at the Interference Archives. Read on to learn how she focuses on supporting movements for racial and economic...

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“Repurposing and remixing the past is the root of all creativity”: Interview with Jocelyn Arem, GRAMMY nominee and founder of Arbo Radiko
“Repurposing and remixing the past is the root of all creativity”: Interview with Jocelyn Arem, GRAMMY nominee and founder of Arbo Radiko

“Repurposing and remixing the past is the root of all creativity”: Interview with Jocelyn Arem, GRAMMY nominee and founder of Arbo Radiko

Today, we talk with Jocelyn Arem, founder of the Arbo Radiko archival storytelling studio, about leveraging the past to redefine the future and how she uses hidden archival materials to retell stories that otherwise might remain unheard. (Archivoz) What is archival...

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“Access to information is the heart of any sustainable development effort, and it is therefore imperative that relevant stakeholders invest more in library development in African communities”: Interview with Damilare Oyedele, of Library Aid Africa

“Access to information is the heart of any sustainable development effort, and it is therefore imperative that relevant stakeholders invest more in library development in African communities”: Interview with Damilare Oyedele, of Library Aid Africa

We are speaking with Damilare Oyedele, co-founder of Library Aid Africa, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to championing the need for school and community libraries in Africa as a vehicle for sustainable development and a better quality of life for all....

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“Data archives have been around for some time, but they are more relevant nowadays than ever”. Interview with the Social Sciences Data Archive project
“Data archives have been around for some time, but they are more relevant nowadays than ever”. Interview with the Social Sciences Data Archive project

“Data archives have been around for some time, but they are more relevant nowadays than ever”. Interview with the Social Sciences Data Archive project

The inter-institutional project SODA (Social Sciences Data Archive) aims to develop a prototype for a data archive as Belgian representative in the Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (CESSDA) and beyond. To learn more about SODA, Archivoz's Llarina...

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“When we make the past personal, history comes alive”: Interview with Jessica Hilburn, Executive Director of Benson Memorial Library, Titusville, Pennsylvania

“When we make the past personal, history comes alive”: Interview with Jessica Hilburn, Executive Director of Benson Memorial Library, Titusville, Pennsylvania

Today we are speaking with Jessica Hilburn, of Benson Memorial Library, about Titusville’s Heritage Connection, collective memory, and how cataloging death can breathe new life into local history. (Archivoz) Tell us a little about the Heritage Connection website:...

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“They were able to save and recover thousands of books from the holes made by the missile attacks.” Interview with Mohammed Jasim, former Director of Mosul University Library
“They were able to save and recover thousands of books from the holes made by the missile attacks.” Interview with Mohammed Jasim, former Director of Mosul University Library

“They were able to save and recover thousands of books from the holes made by the missile attacks.” Interview with Mohammed Jasim, former Director of Mosul University Library

Interview with Mohammed Jasim, former Director of Mosul University Library, and coordinator of the international support for Mosul University Library. Mohammed will give an insight into the current situation at Mosul University Library, and the national and...

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“The rate of change in the digital era is constant and ongoing…” Interview with Simon Smith, National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

“The rate of change in the digital era is constant and ongoing…” Interview with Simon Smith, National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

Established in 1984, the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) is Australia’s premier audiovisual archive, holding more than 3 million works, including films, sound recordings, television and radio programs in a variety of formats. Archivoz’s Evanthia Samaras met...

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“We consider the Little Free Library movement to be very inclusive and we don’t want there to be barriers for anybody who wants to be involved”: Interview with Margret Aldrich, of Little Free Library
“We consider the Little Free Library movement to be very inclusive and we don’t want there to be barriers for anybody who wants to be involved”: Interview with Margret Aldrich, of Little Free Library

“We consider the Little Free Library movement to be very inclusive and we don’t want there to be barriers for anybody who wants to be involved”: Interview with Margret Aldrich, of Little Free Library

Margret Aldrich, Media and Program Manager with Little Free Library and author of The Little Free Library Book, speaks with us about book sharing, community building, and why open access isn’t just about the Internet anymore. (Archivoz) Can you tell us a little of...

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“Not being an archivist, nor an academic, however I learned how important it was to preserve those memories.” Interview with Juan delGado, director and funder of Qisetna (part two)

“Not being an archivist, nor an academic, however I learned how important it was to preserve those memories.” Interview with Juan delGado, director and funder of Qisetna (part two)

The interview is organised in two parts. The first explores the origins of the project and what it covers. The second considers the future of Qisetna and some archival questions. (Archivoz) What language barriers does the project face? (Juan) When we started, our...

Sobre Archivoz

Archivoz es una revista digital gratuita, de alcance internacional y de carácter divulgativo sobre archivística y gestión documental. Nació en junio de 2017 como un proyecto colaborativo y voluntario de edición de contenidos de mano de un equipo de profesionales de todo el mundo.

El objetivo de la revista consiste en crear un medio de difusión sobre este área del conocimiento para difundir noticias, avances de interés, experiencias y buenas prácticas para lectores interesados en ámbito de los archivos y de la gestión de la información.

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Con el tiempo, la revista se ha convertido en un medio divulgativo de gran alcance dentro del sector de los archivos desde el que se puede acceder a opiniones y experiencias de profesionales de todo el mundo, creando un espacio de colaboración internacional muy enriquecedor.

Desde noviembre de 2019, tras la firma del convenio de colaboración con la Sociedad Española de Documentación e Información Científica (SEDIC), la Revista Archivoz comenzó a ser editada en Madrid por SEDIC. Sin embargo, el equipo directivo, el de edición, el funcionamiento y el espíritu colaborativo de la revista se mantienen inalterados.

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